胖小梨子It was too late on the day when I arrived in Zadar. I rushed to the Sea Organ and saw the beautiful sunset, but it was windy and it was really cold. I left after a little stroll. The Croatian seaside is beautiful, but I only stayed for one day everywhere. , I will go again if I have a chance.
天生哥The ancient city is located on a peninsula and has a well-preserved human cultural heritage for hundreds of years. Picture one is the Zadar Gate, built by the Venetians in 1543. The flying stone lion statue of St. Mark in the center of the gate shows the royal origin of it during the Venetian period. Under the stone lion is the equestrian statue of the patron saint, guarding the history of Zadar
天生哥This medieval old city built on a hillside between Zadar and Split, facing the Adriatic Sea, the St. Donat’s Church, is the most outstanding symbol of the ancient city of Zadar. The ruins in front of the church are ancient The ruins of the Roman palace. Wandering on the quiet and peaceful island, picturesque!
Kimi_jmThe most famous church in the ancient city of Zadar, you will see it soon after you cross the bridge and walk in. There are not many people, and it feels quite clean. I like Zadar very much. It is not noisy in Split, it has the taste of an ancient city, and people live a more leisurely life.
天生哥Zadar-Zadar, at night, while watching the moon, while listening to the sound of the sea quietly, happiness is overflowing on everyone's face. It's a pity that when I went there were dark clouds and I couldn't enjoy the beautiful sunset before the Zadar Sun Salute! But I still like the slow life here!
The #seaorgan is an architectural sound art object located in #zadar, #croatia and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.
Zadar to a historic old town of Roman ruins, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums. #zadar old town has a lots of beautiful #gardens at every corner of the town.
One of the most intriguing things about #zadar in #croatia, there is the way Roman ruins seem to sprout randomly from the city's streets. Nowhere is this more evident than at the site of the ancient forum, constructed between the 1st century BC and the 3rd century AD. As in Roman times it's still the centre of civic and religious life.